Nottingham home improvements firm unveils £100,000 show site in Edwalton

Home improvements company Stormclad has announced the completion of its new show site at Wheatcroft Notcutts Garden Centre in Edwalton, as part of its continued growth strategy.

Stormclad, the largest independent home improvements company in Nottingham, has conducted extensive works to enhance the site, which previously hosted one conservatory and is now home to six, plus a garden veranda.

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The new show site, which is over 240 sq m, features a traditional orangery and a range of other contemporary conservatory designs laid out in a ‘village’ style environment. Visitors can walk around the site and enter each structure to take inspiration for their own homes.

The Wheatcroft show site will see a number of new positions introduced at the firm, including a site manager role and several sales team positions over the next few years.

Managing director of Stormclad, Clyde Scothern, who has over 30 years of experience in home improvements, said: “The new Wheatcroft site is designed with the aspirations of home owners in mind. We aim to bring people’s imaginations to life by providing a service and experience that they can’t get anywhere else in the region.

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“Recent findings have shown that the conservatory market has grown by 9% in the last year and is anticipated to continue rising. We are aware that this is because more people are looking to improve their homes and increase its size rather than moving, which is why we think it’s important to show our products to people in person so that they can take inspiration from our show sites.

“Customers can walk around the different structures that we have designed and built and speak to our designers face to face to see how they can enhance their own living space. We continue to invest heavily into our show sites and products to provide a first-class service to our customers.”

The refurbishment of its Wheatcroft show site comes one year after the major refurbishment of its first show site at Brookfields Garden Centre in Mapperley, which features a full range of decorated conservatories in a beautifully landscaped area. The firm is also due to open its third show site at its head office in New Basford later this year to keep up with its continued growth.

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